Four SPS Alumni and Students Awarded Fulbright Grants

Representing School of Professional Studies graduate programs in Bioethics, Strategic Communication, Sustainability Management, and Nonprofit Management, four extraordinary students will travel the world next year with awards that will send them to Rome, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, and the Arctic Circle.

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Applied Analytics Students Win IBM's Metro Pulse Competition

This spring, students from the School of Professional Studies' Applied Analytics program aced IBM's data science challenge.

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ALP Faculty Travels to Brazil

ALP Lecturer Babi Kruchin delivered an advanced professional development training program in Campinas, Brazil.

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Ensuring Academic Excellence at SPS

“While our priorities are numerous, the top of the list remains a steadfast focus on providing a best-in-class academic experience for our students.”

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Announcing the Columbia SPS Graduation Speaker: Randall Lane

Randall Lane “is passionate about using an entrepreneurial approach to tackling real-world problems—similar to our students, faculty, and alumni.”

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Industry Experts Discuss Construction Cranes and Derricks

Three principals of Howard I. Shapiro & Associates presented a thorough history and overview of the many types of cranes and derricks used in construction projects worldwide.

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Analytics Applications Across the Spectrum

The Applied Analytics Club and the Analytics Alchemists Club hosted the “Analytics Applications Across the Spectrum” panel, highlighting the uses of analytics in different industries and sectors.

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Carol Numrich and Alan Kennedy on Guided Practice in Discourse Synthesis

In a new article in TESOL Journal, ALP faculty shine a light on the importance of synthesis for university-level writing.

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Robert Klitzman on the Risks of Becoming the Next Henrietta Lacks

Robert Klitzman, the program director of the M.S. in Bioethics, asks whether patients should be concerned that their matter could be used for science without their consent, like the famous case of Henrietta Lacks.

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Independent Sector Highlights Nonprofit Management Faculty Steve MacLaughlin

Nonprofit Management faculty Steve MacLaughlin discusses the data behind Blackbaud's 2016 Charitable Giving Report.

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